HL Deb 04 July 1907 vol 177 cc814-6

Rawtenstall Corporation Bill. Read 3ª, with the Amendments; and passed, and returned to the Commons.

Bude Gas Bill. Consent of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, signified; and Bill reported, with Amendments.

City of London (Union of Parishes) Bill [H.L.]. Reported from the Select Committee, with Amendments.

Land Drainage Provisional Order (No. 1) Bill; Land Drainage Provisional Order (No. 2) Bill. Returned from the Commons with the Amendments agreed to.

Aberdeen Corporation Order Confirmation Bill [H.L.]. A Bill to confirm a Provisional Order relating to Aberdeen Corporation was presented by the Earl Beauchamp for the Lord Hamilton of Dalzell (pursuant to the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 1899, Sections 8 and 9); read lª; and to be printed. (No. 93.)

Local Government Provisional Orders (No. 6) Bill. Moved, That the order made on the 20th day of March last, "That no Provisional Order Confirmation Bill brought from the House of Commons shall be read a second time after the 18th day of June next," be dispensed with, and that the Bill be now read 2ª; agreed to. Bill read 2ª accordingly, and committed. The Committee to be proposed by the Committee of Selecton in regard to the Dunstable Order.

Gas and Water Orders Confirmation (No. 2) Bill [H.L.]; Tramways Orders Confirmation Bill [H.L.]. Amendments reported (according to order); and Bills to be read 3ª on Monday next.

Local Government (Ireland) Provisional Orders (No. 2) Bill. Read 3ª (according to order) and passed.

Pier and Harbour Provisional Orders (No. 2) Bill [H.L.] —(Fleetwood Victoria Pier Order); Barry Railway Bill; Alexandra (Newport and South Wales) Docks and Railway (General Powers) Bill; North Staffordshire Railway Bill; Local Government Provisional Orders (No. 6) Bill—(Dunstable Order). Report from the Committee of Selection, that the following Lords be proposed to the House to form the Select Committee for the consideration of the said Bills; viz.,

E. Eldon,

L. Zouche of Haryngworth,

L. Manners,

L. Lyveden,

L. Brougham and Vaux (chairman);

agreed to; and the said Lords appointed accordingly: The Committee to meet on Wednesday next, at Eleven o'clock; and all petitions referred to the Committee, with leave to the petitioners praying to be heard by counsel against the Bills to be heard as desired, as also counsel for the Bills.

Local Government (Ireland) Provisional Orders (No. 3) Bill. Read lª; to be printed, and referred to the Examiners. (No. 94.)